18 Burst results for "Ijaz"

"ijaz" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

04:09 min | 8 months ago

"ijaz" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"He wins like all of these. People are getting these opportunities. Because we had a chance to watch conor mcgregor do it. I'm not saying that. Conor mcgregor went over there. It could actually beat other boxers but he stood across from floyd mayweather. And we pay to see it so now when these other when these guys are being called out to box dc we give credence because we've seen it before. Where do we see it. We didn't see a conor. Mcgregor stood across says the greatest. I have saw you of so upset. Why why are you. So why are you so with me. Because you're changing the argument because i think four is the greatest of all. No because you're you're making this organization origami. It's not that how much argument you saw. A usov ijaz. Drop the top. Look at that a rc. I was up here. It looks like you got a little shorter. I don't look. I just dropped the top off. The top order to finish this up ryan. I'm not changing arguing. I'm just telling you that i get it. I get that did it at a bigger level but we have seen what we what we haven't seen before and what we haven't seen again is what conor mcgregor did commercial any organization. We have seen before and what we have seen again is guys like anderson tyrant bed who are in the organization goal and fights world three years. We've seen guys leave the. Us klay collared has started his second career in boxing because he's not with the ufc anymore. We have not seen though is the guy under contract. Agai octagon go to boxing. Fight a guy. Like floyd mayweather any go back to the octagon. That's the difference right and that's where the disagreement was from me now. What you're saying o'connor made it possible. Well kind of wasn't the first one to do this. We've seen this for years but we've seen older guys. That are no longer on the contract. Do it not guys that are under contract doing so ryan and with that my friend at this look at this little thing right when he kindly drought my head like that. I'll show you the off. The argument has been won by daniel. Corey dc give him hand dc. I'm not. I'm not giving you a hand for that. You didn't just win the world title. You're still arguing something that i wasn't arguing but you know what it's okay. Dc because after this if we get an opportunity may we can hang out. We can crack us. Open a nice more delo and we could finally be friends again but speaking of modibo there are friends to they have the fighting spirit. I think you have an ad read. I absolutely do it. I love the way you said. We can go in crack one but you know what dr c. You know what makes special is brewed for the old with the fighting spirit. And what would you expect anything less. How could you expect anything less from. The official beer of the usc but della was the underdog it came from humble beginnings ended. Never give up its brew from pre hop secrete a chris pills or style. Lager would set the standard for authentic mexican beer so ryan the next time that you and i are sitting on your conserve your twenty thousand square by car. We gotta make sure we've got the beer. That's always in our corner but delo is rufa though that the fighting spirit drink responsibly. Beer imported by crown imports chicago illinois. Now are see. I would love to sit in your mansion in the sun room in a ufc. But i'm gonna be acted on side on saturday to sixty six. Two title fights in the return of new ideas now four reference. I'm gonna say this has not been here for a long time. He has not fought since he fought anna civil way back in the day he has kind of gone away but he he he stays like his brother but the moment they show up people tune in now yesterday..

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"ijaz" Discussed on Gugacast

Gugacast

05:15 min | 11 months ago

"ijaz" Discussed on Gugacast

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"ijaz" Discussed on Front Burner

Front Burner

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"ijaz" Discussed on Front Burner

"Ijaz Ahmed Chowdhury was shot and killed by police in his apartment in Mississauga Ontario according to family members, he suffered from schizophrenia and was having an episode. Paramedics were called, but because Chowdhry had a knife, the family says paramedics called police when police officers arrived, family members say they pleaded with police to be allowed to help. Users that he's going to be oxy's original. Founding member. DEVELOPED BELKIN YOU LADDER! Outside. The video taken by a bystander. Three officers are kicking. Open the door, yelling into the residence. Series of gunshots. Before all of them are even in the apartment. Ejaz Ahmed Chowdhury was sixty two years old. He was married and had four children. The youngest is years old. This is just one of several deadly police interventions. In recent weeks, involving people who struggle with their mental health police were called when court since paquet became distressed de'andre. Campbell suffered from Schizophrenia Rodney Levi. Levi was shot and killed after RCMP say they received a call of an unwanted I there's also renewed attention to these cases because of calls to defend police across North America proponents argue that money used to fund police departments should be able to support services instead like mental health workers. Today we take a closer look at why that is this.

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"ijaz" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

The Cool Kids Table Podcast

10:49 min | 2 years ago

"ijaz" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

"Cost of living here is fucking ridiculous as it is so I do expect this survive with that right and it's all tied in I really I mean not to get off subject. Some people like you know when we have these conversations like Oh you hate America so much. I Love America. Dude is the only country I've known I. I was born in Mexico but is all I've known since eight months old. I've been here and so I say why can't be better. You know. Get these twelve hundred dollars. Everybody hates socialism. But that's socialism right there. Where did that pop up from? You know I'm not saying socialism is the right thing but all these things that you know that Bernie's stand for healthcare for all. It's not so left-wing as they make it out to be. It's just that the people in charge like I said it's not a broken system. The system is working as the plan. Make you think that these basic fucking human rights are so outlandish like. Oh you're on your way to fucking be a Russia or Cuba. And he's like no way it just when you're not spending a trillion a month on war you have money for other things. It's it's sad to see that. There's there's people against that you know like why are you against spokane healthcare like why are you against you? Know every other world hazardous but we can like you know. It's it's sad because it goes back to the whole thing of Wiley. What what's your what. What's your hatred towards? What are the negatives that costs money? All things costs money. You know. It's like yeah. We agree on where the money from. They spent a trillion a day for the last twenty one days. Today's the twenty first write a trillion a day for the month of April. A day for nine more days. I believe it's only thirty days. Thirty TRILLION PAPA. Like that out of nowhere and nobody has an issue with that and it's just where the stock market nothing else is just too so. The stock market doesn't crash in ODY's talking about yet. Bernie said there's going to concerts ten trillion over ten years and always GonNa get all that money from or tares. It was a big deal over thirty days. Nobody Better Ni- there those ridiculous argument 'cause they were like Oh you know now. It costs this much higher. You'RE GONNA hire you even GonNa make that possible like yeah. That's one of the fucking problem trait there that it costs this much in the first place. You know like I was going to be this expensive in the first place nor the price. And that's not gonna be as much as you think you know. We're not gonNA keep charging Ripping people off to stay on. I have any more you know like when you were headed ambulance. It's like a four GS. I've had homeys getting car. Crashes and turn down ambulance like my homie dude more beneficial and somebody's fucking nurses gotTa Uber on their spare time so you might get help. Because they don't get paid enough you know. Where's the money going to win? It's so expensive and yet your nurses. Your doctors are making what they should. The public public teachers should be making way more like invest in your youth like it. It's not I mean it is difficult. I somebody much smarter than me. She come up with the plan. But I'm a dumb as me. Could fucking invest in your youth fucking put a lot of money into public health. Start with sports arts all after school programs. Dude you're going to have a thriving. Society isn't a thriving society best for everybody not just the one percent but that's the thing they don't want the best thing for society they want the best thing for themselves and renounced all. These congressmen are all fucking in there. They're just trying to give you one last. Fuck you end. The boomers are in there letting them do whatever they want like I they rather die than see their fucking country left you know. And it's a these rich Aso's are all left. You're in Congress for two years four years six years and your salaries for life that socialism. But yet they tell you to retire sixty five but you know the cost of living is going up so you might have to retire at seventy and you're like okay. I what the fuck. How did they like they had great? Pr Because he convinced you to fuck yourself. Then I even fucking you fucking your fucking yourself. I felt energize. Yeah that's it is man. I hopefully something good comes out of his hand as the conversations. You know I was talking to my family over the last week or so. And there's all this stigma. Oh you can't talk about this work. Why not we? Should you know a lot of places they don't want you to let your co workers know how much you're meeting? Why because they don't maybe so got a raise last month and you didn't they want you keep down. Don't don't know we're doing the same job. Maybe I get paid more. You know politics all in all due to my best friends are supercenters. You know where my shaped sounds outlandish. And I'm like how does healthcare hurt? How Is Free College hurt? Like oh I people. 'cause you're being selfish. Yeah you paid. That sucks. Let the next generation. I have to pay for Lavar. Had A struggle. Is that how it works? I struggled so you do have to you have from kindergarten and some cases. My daughter was in preschool preschool. To child created free and in the last four years is a ridiculous idea. The last four so twelve out of thirteen out of seventeen is okay. But you say seventy nine seventeen. No that's fucking crazy. We can't do it. The schools are expensive. Well Yeah because they're for profit schools. Let's get rid of for profit prisons because when they don't have inmate they have to get. Bush has lost put into place like marijuana be illegal because they need to fill these fucking slave fucking camps. That should be illegal right like all. Nobody should have committed crime. While when you start putting in stupid as laws just kill. There's something wrong with that and it's not I. I love these people right. I could have these conversations with these people. I'm not gonNA think that anything less of them. That's just the way they believe. Whatever they believe for that reason the same way. I believe what I believe from my reasons. We still be friends like we should have these conversations. And that's one thing I think is simple but affective you're not going to change. Somebody's mind today but you could open your eyes. Let them see for themselves. Let them that curiosity. No plant that seed and let them think. Because I wasn't always liberal. I was more. I don't know a little bit more left leaning than centuries but a lot of my own strong opinions came from Ijaz like dude. This is weird. How come in Norway you go to the hospital. You get a fucking heart transfusion you come out. And you're debt is zero and here in America you come out of your fucking three hundred thousand dollars in debt. Like I'd rather die right do I. Don't I'm not going to be working the rest of my life to pay off some fucking hospital that you don't like it is crazy because it's so outlandish but yet when you break it down to people. They're like that's how they do it in. That's how they do it in Scandinavia. That's how they do it. A lot of places our neighbors North Canada. And there's so much like you say misinformation but it takes Dr six months to see. Oh no no no. If you have the money you can go to a doctor just like any other doctor. Except you're gonNA pay like you can go to private school. I have a lot of friends that went to private high schools. But if you can't afford like myself you go to the public one. I still got a great education. They got a better. Maybe maybe not. It's what they did what they would do with mine right but if you could afford a good doctor go pay for it. Could still there and people think like oh no like others industry. That's like it's not. Communism is just an option. You have the money you WANNA pay for that fucking topnotch doctor. You'RE GONNA pay top notch price. It's it's crazy man. Crazy and the stigma the stigma you know like when in the movies they portray it that way. The the high uncle the drunk uncle you know. That's like always talking about conspiracy theories like dude that's why they portray it the way they do. You WanNa make it. Seems so out of fucking touch of whatever's like most people feel this way to talk about some data. There was a like a blind study. Right doesn't matter Republican or Democrat. Just kind of like down the line. What do you believe you know like? Should we believe seventy percent of America says yes it should be abortion still touchy subject? Still fifty five percent said yes. It should be a woman's right. They're not with it but it just a woman should decide is global warming. Climate change sixty percent said yes so it is not a partisan issue but it's like now on making the whole team politics. Oh I'm team red team blue so I gotTA GO. Whatever team read says you should vote for who for what you believe in but the thing is what are these people running right now. Who Do you believe in you know? It's the same guy in a different fucking evil mask. It's the same shit it's a out even when the fucking There's no choice. There's no choice in these choices. Just like what this is. This is what we're getting really like. This is what you want. Three hundred fifty million people in America and that goes onto these two. What fi like. I don't know I don't know the answer. I'm GONNA fucking dummy. I'm a dumb piece of shit. Somebody should make a system where there's three or four dude three or four. You start putting eight up there. The winter's going to have like fifteen percent. I know three or four. Have the majority. Let's go back to two thousand two thousand. Al Gore won the majority decision. And he didn't win the presidency. So you don't need somebody to win most of it. I mean all of ages need somebody when most of the if you have four candidates and the winner gets like twenty five thirty percent while everybody else gets twenty. That's who most people wanted it. It shouldn't be as hard as it is at the same thing. I keep repeating. The system is broken. It's working perfectly cues funny funneling the same. Shitsu the top Zaki aim.

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Decentralization Philosophy Part 1  From Buddha to the Conquistadors

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

09:34 min | 2 years ago

Decentralization Philosophy Part 1 From Buddha to the Conquistadors

"I've been trying to figure out how to talk about this topic for a while because cryptocurrency is this really kind of strange flat structure. That has all of these little hierarchical structures built on top of it and you can take that analogy and you can really really zoom in on it or you can really really zoom out on it as kind of still true really regardless of how you're looking at it and I think a lot of this has to do with just the nature and sort of the oddness oddness of crypto currency and a Bitcoin as a community right as a movement and as technology that also is attached to people getting rich. Sometimes today I WanNa talk about a topic that I've been calling catalysts and CEOS and take a look at what the crypto currency space looks like. Today what it looked like in the past. Ask Talk about some of the different attributes that got us to where we are today. So Toshi said an interesting precedent. They led with their ideas and to a lesser extent their code and the early sparked a was association that contribution catalyzed first Bitcoin and then the crypto currency movement at large those who believed in that vision given an opportunity to get rich in some cases crazy rich rich and that combination of factors lead. I all coins coins than ICO's SAFT'S STO's and I don't think even talked about on the show before and who knows what will come next because clearly the path of innovation that's occurring here is not over at all but it also created what feels like a strange legacy that we're going to explore today as simply put are charismatic leaders who emerge from that flat structure that is the bitcoin protocol more or less dangerous more or less problematic more or less notable than the mark Zuckerberg's the Elon Musk's Jeff bezos. Goes and Steve. Jobs who really lead their movements. There's not that much of a difference between Associate Akimoto and a Jeff bezos except for the way that they fundamentally went about not inciting the change that now has kind of swept the world in one case kind of the e commerce site of and the other case this digital currency cryptocurrency or blockchain bitcoin movement. Or whatever you WANNA call it. Today's conversation is about decentralized catalysts and centralize CEO's the first thing I thought of when you said SA- Toshi contrasted to Jeff bezos. US was the difference. Between a certain personality type blended with introversion versus extroversion an extroverted rated person who is very smart and capable and intelligent and can see the future almost but wants credit and wants to be the face of an organization and is is comfortable in that role. You end up with someone. Like Jeff bezos. WHO's out there? And he's totally comfortable with that even though he retracts heat sometimes but but she didn't want the credit souto she wants to be behind the scenes and gets everything they needed from just being the mastermind. Mind who's kind of silent and letting other people be the face and I think that's really interesting. If you study personality types. Maybe even like the Myers Briggs. Souto Souto she is like your classic. I N T J personality type. They're like the mastermind architect but they don't need the credit and they don't need to be the face. Jeff Bezos as US would be like an E. N. T. J. who's like the CEO and the leader and wants to be the public face. I think that's a really interesting point. But I think that there's another factor here. Maybe okay which is that. Was it a choice. For Satoshi to take the type of catalyst like behind the scenes never revealed role or was that a factor of the not just the disruptive potential but what was being disruptive of course it was a choice. I mean Saito. She clearly thought through the implications of what they were doing carefully but if they really wanted credit they would have justified some way to take the credit and to be public about it. I think you always have a choice. I think another pretty good way to differentiate so Toshi from Jeff bezos is one of them make several hundred million a year contracting with the CIA Eh and the other one was never heard from one someone spoke to the CIA. I don't know who's point that supports but I think the big different factors that there was a legal path for Jeff Bezos to do what he did and even if he was an introvert. It still a good choice for him to do it. If it winds up that he has all the resources and success. I don't think we see that in practice very often where you have a founder. Who Comes in catalyze is a thing and then leaves before it actually becomes successful and their contribution bution isn't largely replaced by what comes after? I don't think it's so cut and dried that. What Jeff Bezos was doing or wanted to do with there was a legal path for him him? I mean he was doing something that nobody had ever done before. What was that avoiding state sales tax? This is another good point. Jeff bezos has been really interested in Star Trek. He wants to create a star trek future and some of the things he's been doing are totally unprecedented. And so it's not as though you can really say. Oh they're definitely legal because there's never been a legal precedent to establish that they are legal. You could say oh well Ijaz doing things that are a gray area or questionable. But he's he's not asking for permission and that's an admirable quality so you're talking about different levels of challenge and so with Jeff Bezos thing and with examples like like Uber. And other things like that. You are talking about companies that are doing very disruptive things but the question is who are they disrupting and in both of those situations the person or the entity. That's it's being disrupted their state governments and so if you're like a national company and you have presence in many many states that actually gives you the ability to play a bit of a game there. The thing that Uber did is kind of the reverse of what happened with napster. Napster was a decentralized network for file sharing then hit a bunch of national and even global organizations that suited everywhere but it was ultimately fighting these national or global organizations whereas Uber. They weren't fighting any global or national organizations they were fighting lots and lots and lots of little regional monopolies and it's to a lesser extent. Sure about Amazon to every state where they weren't collecting sales tax. Well that was an individual a fight so it's not like they had a problem with the United States. They had a problem with each individual state. Look at what's happened with projects in the lead up to the invention of Bitcoin and all of those centralized charlize alternatives. They were competing with the federal government for fundamentally monopolized right in the right to issue currency and control sort of the dynamics of the money that we all use news. And that's a place where it seems like you couldn't have done this as a CEO because people tried that and they basically all wound up getting arrested or getting all their assets season in many cases giving customers assets assets seized two so as we can see. There are definitely reasons why people do decentralized and centralized organizations whether it's from personal reasons just because they don't want the credit in some cases or in some cases because having the credit is dangerous and on the other hand the advantages of taking on that leadership role. Well the thing about a flat structure is that it's a flat unstructured. So even if you're on top of it still major basically at the same level as everybody else but organizations you know. Companies these are hierarchies for the most part and so if you have that role at the top of that structure well. It's a lot higher than you'd be if you were at the top of a flat structure. All of this comes back to one of my favorite books. It's really short and highly recommended. Did starfish and the spider by Rod Beckstrom Ori Brachman. I read it actually before I became interested in Bitcoin and it was really kind of formation book for me. We've talked about on the show before but it's been like five five years so I figured it wasn't a bad topic to bring up again. The subtitle of the book is the unstoppable power of leaderless organizations. And if you're a fan of decentralized technologies but I've never read it I cannot recommended amended highly enough quoting from the book. A spider is a creature with eight legs coming out of its central body. It has this tiny head and usually eight is. If you chop off the spider's headed headed dies and that's exactly what happens with centralized organization a centralized organization has a clear leader. WHO's in charge? And there's a specific place where decisions are made if you get rid of the leader. You paralyzed realized the organization now. This contrasts with a decentralized organization. which is a fundamentally different animal? It's actually a starfish. At first glance at starfish looked similar to a spider appearance but the starfish is decentralized. starfish doesn't have ahead. The major organs are actually replicated through each and every arm and in reality. starfish is a neural network work. Basically a network of cells instead of having a head like a spider the starfish functions as decentralized network and you can even in nature see situations where a starfish fish has been wounded and for example in arm or even several arms have come off what tends to happen is that actually both pieces will then grow into a complete starfish and it's another another method that they can reproduce. You might say that that's inefficient from a biological perspective to duplicate or pent-up locate editor. How you even and say that word but to make five copies of all of your major orders and neural tissue? GAFFER's them this great advantage of being able to regenerate just from from a small piece it means that while starfish might not have perhaps some of the advantages that a spider does it also isn't vulnerable in the same way. That spider is to damage to you. Know very small parts of it because again it's just not centralized we're GonNa talk about this concept in a different way a little bit later. But what other comparisons do you like besides this kind of starfish in spider for decentralized and centralized organizations and kind of broader question that I wanna come to his how many companies do we actually think or how many any projects do we actually think like rough. ballpark percentage in crypto actually are starfish versus. How many might be using a network that is a starfish but in reality the are themselves

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"ijaz" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"ijaz" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That you got to give some credit to longer longer did hit twenty this year I don't know what numbers that were in oracle part that's of the defense lawyers use he's he was very open about complain publicly or privately complained about so maybe this is it for us like lets you guys in here who hate the ball by the way they are going to make some adjustments to center field so maybe that's coming into play Nick come play for us it's only three eighty to stir and coastal said that he those three items it also keep this in mind the three guys we've got right now potentially pencilling for outfield Duggar Ijaz Dickerson all left handed batsman going on opening day with three left handed out feelers task the autos a right handed hitter I know right handed guy is this Kevin Pelor we are here we are at at San Francisco right right I do this here we go no hearing can be our FM I think that's it can be our cambiar FM it's at the San Francisco the sports it out for lack start after Wednesday good morning and welcome to the M. B. R. morning show with Brian Murphy and sports all right can a drizzly Wednesday isn't it we got to this when I was a little maybe does show up little meds on his way to New our our wonderful producer Brian benefit to ME medium impact Brian the rapper the distract maker he's on his way to New Orleans and as a result all hell breaks loose poly embody jewelers one of the chairs in here Costa **** up the sign off of spider who's in for little man has already permanently disfigured our guest board by using a permanent marker sharpie so Duane Kuiper will live forever on our guest forty seven thirty poly as well okay Wednesday it is as will kill brain of hills on with erasable as you can see halfway through he change the erasable after going with the permanent it's the kids thirtieth birthday today spiders spiders thirty but you told me that I wish I would in no no no stop I bought I know he should have told us okay get hugs going on but I feel like I just had a big later I would I would smother would love well I didn't know until it was in a little bit at his fingerprints on this because even though the guys fly to New Orleans he still sending the content on the and it's incredible he's got a choice you know hello.

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"ijaz" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"ijaz" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"I get some wrong. But in this case, not only do you have to rely on Intel that you have and based on that I haven't changed my stance the entire season. Now, you update the information and for me the nets and the clippers out plant expectations dish year became a gift and a curse. Because when you do that you have a couple of people that's gonna be on the team next year. Regardless, it ain't a blank canvas when you go to New York. All of those rookie deals. It's a blank canvas. So now, you become de change agent Carr Ijaz saw this happened when he went to Boston. They made it to the Eastern Conference finals without him. So would it? We -ticipant happen when he returned. Oh championship along with Gordon Hayward, right? Oh, yeah. Couple all-stars end of that successful roster. They're gonna give the warriors run. So the clippers how about their playoff run. Didn't. They have a great series, as far as far as it relates to a moral big against Golden State worse. They go six games. Right. Okay. So now, people leave and say, hey, if they get an all star level player superstar that's going to put him over the top. So how do you relate this to Kevin Durant? Because those situations all ready have expectations. What did you go in ends up like a kyri situation in Boston for the first year, and they don't all play with the clippers did this year. They don't I'll play with the nest this year. Then all of a sudden, you're back at square one if he signs with the Knicks, I predict this start getting a leaky rumors about the injury in the medical staff and him not being happy with the warriors. And the way he came back if he's no longer on that team. I think do information we'll start to trickle out a little bit about what happened during the files and I'm sorry in the Friday before they play game five of the NBA finals, what on national television NBA countdown, and I said, Kevin Durant workout did not go well on any level. He is not ready to play NBA basketball in the finals, especially versus koala Linnet. Game five hat game six all of a sudden it down three one, I think the hurt mentality and him listening to the whispers of so many not putting respect on his name, and assassinating his character allowed him to cave to the point where he was willing to risk forest team for the championship cleared him as well. But also for the opportunity to help lead them back to the championship. You don't not get cleared on Friday from a calf injury to be ready to go on Monday. It don't work like that. It does not work like that. And it played out the way it did. And the dribbles that you talk about gonna happen about how to medical staff handled it that is going to start becoming a narrative because we believe he was leaving. Anyway, it just would have been a different narrative, now that's going to becoming. This one's interesting. This comes from Bleacher report. We always talk about the big big players. But this is Dangelo Russell. He's a free agent to he's made his first all star game played really well for the Brooklyn nets well, Bleacher for two saying that his break up with the Lakers, didn't go. Well, it wasn't pretty we all know that. But with Magic Johnson out of the picture, he would be willing to join the Los Angeles Lakers. You see that happening. That ain't breaking news shot. The Bleacher report, they do a terrific job, but he don't go with a blank check in the best opportunity..

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"ijaz" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"ijaz" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We do not let people advertise on this show unless, Doug can give them the Doug Hopkins seal of approval. That's it exactly. Ambuhl just-in-time, moving and seamless flooring have actually they're, they're the ones that got it. That's it's the ones I use. That's what I move. I use nothing. But just in time. And when I use flooring I used Joe. So it's awesome. Just referred him out. Awesome gentlemen, Gary Howard, tan good friend of mine in Ijaz redid their house. We're actually yesterday. We went over to Gary, south actually helped move furniture. It back into the house from after Joe is does Joe goes the extra mile. That's what I love about, you know, about the guys, I work with is they go that extra mile to help help their clients out at how I got roped back into it. But somehow, Joe wrote me. He didn't say what I say when you asked me if I could help somebody move. Yeah. You said, absolutely. Not. Oh, we're walking I go here. What are you doing? I'm getting ready to help somebody move you on help him like ni-, actually. I prefer not thanks. Exactly. Dylan. Dylan. Help me the other day one who helped me carry the stuff out. So, but that's what we do for our clients and and Joe's very similar. That's why like work with him. So anyway, enough about Joey gave him way too much airtime. The budget plan, bro. He gave you gave him the X L plant, exactly. Okay. So now there's a an event going on. You wanted to tell people about a cool event that's going to be happening. I'll have more details. Online on the on Facebook on our Facebook page, Doug Hopkins real estate, which is on Facebook, but the boot camp going on the thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth. So it's Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Vika is just going to be like a happy hour, meet meet and greet on Fridays camp. I like that. Yeah. Yeah. Saturday and Sunday will be will be a you know, it's going to be an all day thing nine two six both Saturday and Sunday. And it's for mindset training, it's people that want to get into real estate, that don't have any, any idea, you know, about real estate, but they wanna go out and, and learn how to do it. They put together this company. I work with there. It's not my company. It's a company. I work with and you know what they do is teach people, how to go out and find find real estate and investment homes and they train you. You on what to do where to go. They have unbelievable software that you can follow this an app on your phone, and it'll show you what houses to go to and that, that, you know, you have a very good chance of buying, and it's just a really good company, and it's also personal growth. So it's not only teaching about real estate, but also personal growth. And they're looking to hire, they wanna hired the people that come in, and, and, and, and go to this event. So it's going to be really, really cool event. We're gonna put the link on, on it on our Facebook page, and for, for those of you that are, that are looking might want to attend are interested in learning a little bit more about real estate and a little bit wanted to do some personal growth as well. All right. Go to Doug Hopkins real estate at Facebook and get more information on net last week. We're talking about Airbnb rentals, and what a great idea was to make some good money if you do it on a per month basis, and I actually read here in the valley. Seventy three percent occupancy rate of Airbnb, and that's Monday through Sunday. Well, that's, that's like for the month, and there's like over there's tens of thousands of these that are out there. We talked about that one earlier that, that, that house that, that got destroyed. Oh, you mean this one right here? Ripped it off the wall cracked it split up, and it's, it's pretty intense brehme's. There is absolutely no party when it comes to picking up the pieces this full of my shirts. It's pretty empty. Now, Airbnb agreement Charlie offered his house to only seven..

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"ijaz" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:32 min | 3 years ago

"ijaz" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Get got a little bit happen. Happened down in by you. As normal summer going sleeping some still walking with a beer Cam last night. Never know man. You never know. Or out that inside so January man, we. Do it again to the way now is double dipping the mouth of the river, high water, and then we'll get coming through ponderings going out into the Chandler sound and Mexico. Which is good for the nutrition in a Marsh lane. Not really good for the people wanna go fishing. Down. So just hunt. So I've been moved around a lot, you know, from the top of the chain down east side dipping rounding, like yesterday, actually, went up probably cut about a hundred fifty fish, maybe more. But the problem is a lot of small very unusual out there all the big, big breeding stock, but for some reason, you but two couples from Houston. Girls. And they, they a hundred fish girl Ijaz catching them catching, which is good. But it's just aggravating because normally we kind of pride south on three pound plus speckled, trout. Today. You're gonna exact things about today and catchall big fish. You just never know it's going to be different. The most important thing is getting out there. You know, getting out been do what you gotta do. Stay for this good kind of mess around with it, but a lot of this. So that's a, that's a plus inside like into by you. All of those been doing really good. Lots of red fish few trout inside. Same kind of story season opens up Monday, but it's still been just a little off. You know, charge office. The Mona had boats back in nine o'clock. They said they cut off between thirty and forty rich limit was letting go and people had enough and had a good time. So go me when you stripe fishing when you hit him as. Oh, good. Would you like scratching is this guy really? Guide. You know, if you get paid to do this. Well, I'm a fishing guide. Not a fishing God. Yeah. Guide de guys that guy. Different. Good down by you can check us out man. Look at the website and do dot com. He was going on video, again, a bunch of pictures of people with a lot of stories and doing it, right. Because it just having fun down here on Tuesday, Tokyo, where we kind of off the hip talk, and then you got a new topic, though. It swing topics and talk about whatever you wanna know. And again, we appreciate people checking in from his own of Aetna's. No that. Hey, man. Listen, the cannon that we went to. Yeah. The good thing, guys and check us out, like didn't want wanna give the shout the five four three one five, six one four to call. We have in house masseuses. Now we got a concierge here. Anyway, book anything wanted to city to, to able to you'll go fishing, went to bed and breakfast. We do it all down. His time fishing resorts do but that being said, are you still laugh? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Defecating definitely on TV. We hit one but. Goes on out man. I think twenty years ago, I didn't how to operate a flip phone. I pay in plane, and you Facebook and FaceTime on what's going to be in five years guy with next, you know, scary. No, no guys, take it easy. Mamelodi is playing up and we're going to how mixed mix Abby. Because they get these kids, some fish holler at you. I guess brother. Feel boost Tova tasty. But. He's gonna go out to the chandeliers. Go. Cool. Yeah. That is pretty crazy here. Twenty years ago. Learn how to use flip phone, and now he's going fishing in airplane, and he'll take pictures with his ipad, ours iphone and put them off everywhere we have Facebook lab, all this different stuff and it's just crazy. You know, the what we have at our fingertips Matteo, quick about lake mechanic, the canon. It's just making it crazy day before yesterday, max one out that had a great trip then yesterday is tough tough now they caught fish, don't get me wrong. Everybody caught fish, but just not fast limits like everybody's used to. It's more of a well we're gonna have got there and fish it. Ain't we ain't going to have to go out there and go kitchen. This is more of a fishing trip. So strapper will you may start doing some catfish trips here. Pretty quick. He keeps saying dad, I get me some well fact, he bought some of the day, but cattle cubes said mates cattle cubes seven eight cubes so he can get out there. And, you know, bait up some catfish. That's what he's been doing. He's making some holes up. So he thinks that he wants to catfish. Well, that's good. It'd be something different, so you don't just burn out because our fish, nothing. But stripers, and that's why I'm doing radio now, flat burn out. Now still Joey going out there. Joy customers McClements but up are now. Now when you fish every day, two to three trips a day. For thirty three years. Yeah. It becomes a job. That's why I never did hunting turned it into hunting. John, you know, hunting God. That was my. That was my thing. That's your scape. Exactly what it was. It was nice gape than. And that's why I love doing radio because I can get on here and visit with everybody and then let them know.

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"ijaz" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"ijaz" Discussed on KTRH

"On your minds, especially if you are a Republican the top issue for Republican voters, probably something you can guess without even giving it a whole lot of thought here's KTAR Ijaz Cassandra's villas in to a new survey. It's immigration forty percent of Republican voters telling Reuters says the most important problem. Facing us, you send Republican strategist Jessica, colonial KTAR, h some non Republicans are starting to see the issue as well becoming more of a mainstream issue where voters across the political spectrum are starting to take a real interest in this issue for years. In fact, decades, we've been debating this nothing's been done to sell at Cologne says it's because we're over thinking it, and we need to keep it simple this occur border. And we have to have processes in place that allow the folks down there to do their jobs and refuse entry to people who don't belong earlier this year. Sixty five percent of Republicans told pew the top priority should be ending legal immigration. All right. We're asking all you today is immigration still your number one priority as we look toward the twenty twenty presidential election. Go to KTAR H dot com. Sound off on our Facebook page immigrants both legal and illegal make up roughly twenty five percent of this nation's federal prison population. Twenty five percent. That's according to new data released by the depar-. Of justice. This problem could eventually be alleviated and reduced and made better. If we a started forcing our existing immigration aboard laws immediately be in the military to the border to secure and three we start deporting as many illegal immigrants back home as possible William gain with the Americans for legal immigration pack. He says what's more alarming is the numbers only reflect criminal aliens who have been caught and prosecuted on how many are actually out there. President Trump orders State Department of homeland security to crack down on illegal aliens who have no overstayed their visas more than four hundred fifteen thousand people entered the country on non-immigrant visas and they've not yet left. He issued a memorandum Monday reading in part aliens must abide by the terms and conditions of their visas for our immigration system to function as intended individuals who abuse visa process undermine the integrity of our immigration system and harm the national interest in. Quote. Our news time six oh four six Sonian killed in a plane crash at a central Texas ranch. Eye-witnesses incur Ville say it appears that twin engine Beechcraft.

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"ijaz" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"ijaz" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"On the Maxine that counters the impact of design changes in the. Event that the plane goes into a stall the caste system is suspect in the deadly crash of a lion air, seven thirty seven, Maxine. And it's being looked at in the investigation of the airlines crash. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. The man who took action to stop an armed robbery at a Fresno. Starbucks is honored at city hall mayor LeBron presenting Craig Jerry with the Carnegie hero medal, which is awarded to Americans and Canadians who save lives through extrordinary measures security video showed the accident that Jerry took when Ryan floor is used a knife to hold up the coffee shop back in two thousand seventeen idea that it would go viral as people told me, and I didn't realize the impact it would have obviously I just do what I had to do from there on it. Whenever Jerry was stabbed in the neck during the struggle, but since has made a full recovery mayor brand also declaring March twenty first is Craig Jerry day in the city of Fresno escaped Bs on a Clovis section of highway one sixty eight this morning came as Dominic McAndrew has the bus eight certainly created a buzz McCann. Ijaz taking that stretch of roadway. One sixty eight meets temperance CHP says a late lane change led to a crash involving a pickup carrying beehives just before as AM, and we have bees all over in that area each trying to figure out what to do with all those bees out. There were multiple vehicles involved. Officers Shasta tollackson says help swarmed the area. But there were no injuries reported knee only problems that we might see with the bees is gonna be the windshield. You know, they're going to get a little sloppy. The scene has since being cleared in the highway has returned to normal dominate McAndrew came J news over to Wall Street where the Dow is down three hundred seventy three points at twenty five eighty nine eleven three a K m j valley weather right now, partly cloudy, fifty seven at Radio City, some sun and then turning cloudy today. A high of sixty eight tonight occasional rain this evening, a low of fifty three and then we'll see the rain in the morning for your Saturday..

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"ijaz" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"ijaz" Discussed on KTRH

"Sponsored by collectors firearms. Our top story this hour. It's been expected for awhile. And I are happy to share with you that I'm running to serve you as the next president of the United States of America. This is a defining moment of truth for this country and for every single one of us as the former congressman democrat Beto Aurora releasing his video announcement early this morning after an El Paso TV station said they had received a text message from last night. He's been noncommittal about his candidacy for weeks, even as he toured key primary state. Dates of course, many of the Democrats running for president, including Aurora stopped by south by southwest in Austin last week, another example of how they hope to turn Texas, blue and KTAR Ijaz cliff Saunders live with that Texas have been a target of Democrats for years. They almost pulled off a win in the Senate race last year between beta and Ted Cruz, Texas GOP chair James Dickey, telling us the message is clear. He's got to expand the base showing people we care about them, and that we're welcoming and that we enact policies we enact because we care about Texans. We have to we have to do the hard work to spread that message, and that's on him until about growing the party the way Democrats have grown here in recent years. That's what we're supposed to do in politics is grow our base. And so, you know, my challenge to all were about look engine, Texas is grow the party be welcoming being courage in money's also gonna play a role. Remember in the beta crews race alone. Democrats spent eighty mill on betas behalf. Okay, being welcoming encouraging hasn't worked so very well over the last decade. Do you think Democrats now do have a shot at turning Texas, blue and twenty twenty? That's our question today. KTAR H dot com. Sound off on our Facebook page. Our news time six thirty four. Apparently, all you have to do as an illegal alien is show up at our border. Claim you fear for your life and promised to show up for a court date later, and then you're free. It's called the catch and release policy. An art Arthur at the center for immigration. Studies says agents are overwhelmed doesn't have the capacity to. Individuals and could ever reason they are released Arthur says we're drowning in legals. It's a huge problem. And in fact, we've seen the number of individuals who entered the United States illegally, particularly family unit said his parents with children spike in recent Mark Arthur says, unfortunately, were not likely to do anything about this with Democrats in control of the house. Scott Crowder, nutri of sudden, forty KTAR h own control of many states to San Jose, California. Police chief now blasting his state sanctuary city policies after an illegal alien with a long criminal history was arrested for the stabbing death. There of fifty nine year old woman. Police say twenty four year old Carlos Eduardo arrive AO. Had previously been deported from the US. He has a rap sheet full of violent criminal offenses and drug charges. DNA evidence reportedly is Lincoln Karonga to the murder scene. No word yet on how he knew the victim. Well, he aimed for a billion dollars raised twenty four million a veteran who started a go fund me account to billboard or wall about to start the broad, Jack. Brian Cole who organized the we build the wall campaign says the barrier will be built on private property, adding all he had to do was get land surveys apply for permits and by the materials, he says, the private sector is really better equipped to build walls than the government. We can build a mile by mile for roughly three million dollars a bile compared to the government's paying nineteen billion dollars mile. Pulse is won't disclose. The location of the wall underway, citing concerns about landowners safety as well as lawsuits from critics. He says they're working with at least seven property owners from Texas to California. Our news time now six thirty seven senators on both sides of the aisle, supporting President Trump's decision to ground Boeing seven thirty-seven, max planes after one was another one was involved in a deadly crash. Fox's Mike Emanuel on Capitol Hill. Many lawmakers agree with President Trump announcing an emergency order grounding. Boeing seven thirty-seven, max eight and max nine aircraft Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney spoke to reporters ahead of the president's announcement. I pointed out that given.

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"ijaz" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"ijaz" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"Philosophers you read stuff in. It's like sometimes very bizarre. These aphorisms is revolt. Speaking about, you know, Zara sutra and things like, that's what was how'd you describe each philosophy? Sure. I mean, it's very that's it's a hard question. So I think Nietzsche is trying to create a philosophy thinking give us a sense of meaning in the absence of the traditions that I mentioned earlier, so what he would like us to do is to understand that the that the death of God actually allows us to live and living is not just an issue of reason. It's an issue of passion. It's an issue of art. And so the that leaf then comes through in his philosophy in is philosophy. Ralph WALDO Emerson says one day. Possibly will be done by poets Nietzsche envisions that or is trying to embody that. So when we think about the form of Nietzsche's philosophy. We see poetry. We see aphorism we see songs drama, and what niche is hoping is that we actually see it as a philosophy of life. He says that the point of life is to make our lives, like pieces of art, and he tried to embody that in his writings. So it doesn't come across as a straight argument or as a rational discourse. Because he says that an Ijaz suspects that human beings don't just live by rational discourse alone. They live by gut instinct, and they live by aesthetic were artistic experience. And so by forming a philosophy that is as you say unconventional. He's he's trying to tap into those. You know, those ways of understanding that irrational part, he uses the God icies right is sort of that that represents that irrational part. Of humanity. That's right. I mean, and so each envisions a culture that balances the denomination and the Appalachian the Appalachian being this call to order and the Dineen being the sort of darker instinctual impulse. And he says that the best cultures are those that can have a balance between the two, and if we think and have a balanced between the two in the same experience. That's what he thinks is so unique about Greek tragedy, for example. So you mentioned Ralph WALDO Emerson there as I've read Nietzsche I've found similarities between what he was doing. What the transcendental lists were doing? What do you think the similarities there? Yes. I mean Nietzsche's reading Emerson through the eighteen sixties, and he says that Emerson is his good friend because of his deep would need to Kohl's Scepsis the where the gives us skeptical in other words, Emerson's doubt about conventional forms of morality is doubt about conventional or traditional. Ways of being and I think that that's a similarity. I also think there's a similarity with Emerson's sort of drive toward individualism and self reliance, which we see in nature..

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"ijaz" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

07:48 min | 3 years ago

"ijaz" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Minute. Brought to you by Ijaz. This is the best of Chad Benson. Independent in thoughts and punk rock in life. It's the Chad Benson show. The path is going to be through all of the states that are the fifty states of the United States. The path is going to be talking to people who are right now aware that economy is not working for working people. It's going to be about talking with people about the fact that right now, we have an administration waged a full on assault on American values and American ideals that right there is Kamala Harris, she is going to she announce yesterday she can be running for president United States. And she is one you get your people over the coming weeks and months, we're gonna throw their hats into the rings and some of them like I said, they're throwing their hat into the ring because it'll raise their profile a little bit may get him a book deal. They'll be able to say there in Fresno United States, which you get more money when they go give speeches, but they have no shot of winning. They're trying to raise their profile. She actually has a chance. She does and. Again. You think this is early? But it's not they've got a they've got a gauntlet much like the Republicans have. They have a gauntlet that they're going to have to try to work their way through and navigate for the coming weeks and months to get to the point where they they narrow it down to three or four that will then really get serious serious. And if you remember what happened during the Republicans when they all started saying, okay, I'm running for president. You went to you got to the point where there were so many they're having to and you you you had a like a big kids table, and then the small kids table, and you didn't want to be on the little stage. You wanted to be on the big states. That's what's going to happen here that is who is she. Well, former prosecutor. She's been successful. Senator. She's got name recognition that is growing. She's interesting. She's having. But here's the thing. Even the laugh is already attacking or some people saying she's not black enough because her mom's Tamil, right? So wait a minute not black enough. She was a prosecutor. She cited too many times of police officers. She doesn't understand the plight of people of color when it comes to the to the system that is the criminal Justice system. She doesn't understand that. And she was good at her job. She she has the potential I think to be a force. In the coming election. And in a lot of people that my my big issue with with a lot of people is on on on the left side of the aisle is when you're choosing. Are you choosing for New York and LA? Seattle. In boston. And you're forgetting the rest of the country that there is Democrats across the country in the center who while Democrats. Yeah. Have a by their name when they vote they are that same working person. They always talk about, but they are going to church kind of Democrats. They are. Second amendment Democrats. They're not Berkeley LA Manhattan, kind of Democrats. It is going to be about speaking truth, especially when there has been so much that is contrary to truth. It is going to be about working to regain regain the trust of Americans and understanding that they have a right to have a government and to have leaders in this country who see them and care about them and have some curiosity about their circumstance in life and their needs via for their family their neighborhood or their community or their country. We'll see. We'll see her tax plan what she's rolling out what she's going to Ron is interesting. It's a three trillion dollars tax plan billions in tax credits for low income renters Medicare for all. Reduction in cash bail for inmates charged with criminal offenses. She's running on something a little bit different. When it comes to the healthcare. She's trying to she's she's pushing out to programs a program, which would be Medicare for all. Which even the the the the organizations that have looked at this. From whether it's Bernie Sanders plan to everybody else's who's thrown out a plan like this. They're like, look, even even the best estimate is. Insane. Twenty trillion thirty trillion so, but she's also rolling out a tax credit plan where you would take what would you get tax credits? So they give you three or six thousand dollars a year as a credit, and you're supposed to spend that on premiums and things of that nature. I don't know how that's going to roll out, but it's a different thing. And that's a c saying look she's coming to the table with different things. How good is she going to be? I think she's going to be again. I think she's going to be a force. For sure. But right now, even the left is taking shots at her. Because maybe just maybe she's not progressive enough. And and the fact that she did her job. So well as a prosecutor, and she's got to apologize for that is the insanity. Of what some of these people out there. The the the the coast. How they view things. You've got to apologize. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us. Love hearing from you. I just I look at this. I look at the things that are going on. And look where we're headed. As a country. What does it even mean to be an American anymore? Have we have we sorted that out because I think that's also one of the thing is everybody's trying to define. What it means to be an American. They scream diversity scream this that and the other. I think we had what it meant to be an American. But I think that's been changed. And I don't think we should change. What that is. I love diversity when it's real. And organic not forced. I love the fact that in this country, you may not start out with a silver spoon. A plastic spoon or smoked at all. But you can still get where you're going, and it may be harder for some. Then it is others. But I think we're even trying to change what that is. And I think the far far far far far far far left, which seems to have quite a voice. Is really starting to paint that picture and. The more that they have a voice the more that they get covered the more that people talk about them. The more that I think this shapes up, especially in two thousand twenty to be.

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"ijaz" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"ijaz" Discussed on KTRH

"But now that is leading to questions about the social Justice warriors. And here's KTAR ages cliff Saunders live with it. Because as more time went by we found out the social Justice warriors were wrong, Tina, low with the Washington Examiner told us social Justice is the death of real Justice looking at the individual it lumps together. Historical averages and attempts to correct them through retroactive me, and she says that is simply wrong. Use the action of a few hundred people to justify blaming everyone else we perceived to be a part of that KTAR Ijaz. Rush Limbaugh is one of those people afraid of the wildfire that spreads through social media sites. Like twitter. The media has become. A left wing mob on its own Twitter is a left-wing Ma political analyst Georgina says, it was Twitter that also got people to realize how wrong they were about these kids. Have other presidents have other recordings president is making it harder for the social Justice warriors to continue their lies, and she says, that's the only way to stop this from happening over and over and over and over again, but you gotta do battle. They've had total control for so long until you know. I will give Jimmy Lee Curtis. The actress credit though, she was one of those people that went after those kids have the story I broken. She did go back on Twitter and apologized for said, I should have waited till the whole story came out. I'm sorry. Well, well, let's stop it from happening again, no probably won't perhaps the height of political correctness. Now an effort to end Columbus Day, Columbus, supporters say is based on ignorance and blind hatred of old dead white men now Notre Dame. Well, there apparently bowing to pressure to cover up Columbus murals that were painted back in the eighteen eighties. Andre demeanor was with the Italian American one voice coalition vision American holiday, celebrating opening up this part of the world to all the developments that occurred Saudi indigenous people may not like it. But it's the fact that we all wouldn't be here. If it wasn't for Columbus starting that voyage says Columbus has been unfairly made a scapegoat by activists. Some people are just taking him as as the figurehead for all the atrocities occurred. After me, no says rather than cover up those campus murals Notre Dame should add some euros depicting indigenous people, Scott credited, news of said, forty KTAR rich. I think at some point the Notre Dame says that they're they're moving the murals. They're not going to destroy them. They will also be putting up more, quote unquote historical context, but like everything else, you know, what viewpoint is going to be. It's a history of the world. This country. Everybody's wiz indigenous at some point it's the history of western civilization. And was overrun by somebody in some point. I I don't know. I don't get it. They teach it in school though. President Trump says he'll give his state of the union address when the government shutdown is over house speaker Nancy Pelosi has cancelled next week's scheduled speech saying it shouldn't happen until the government is fully funded. Again, trumpet said early that. He was looking at other options for the address but on Twitter Wednesday night. He said he is no longer or not looking anyway for any alternative side. He'll wait till the shutdown is over and he hopes it Nancy noble come. Around to his way of thinking to help end it maybe she can own a little bit of this as she should be more. Furloughed government workers. Meantime, they're suffering during this partial government shutdown Fox News polling director, Dana Blanton says fifty four percent of respondents say they can last two pay periods without checks before they have trouble paying their bills. And that includes one in five twenty percent, say they live paycheck to paycheck. They can't miss one single payday. The partial government shutdown is.

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"ijaz" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"ijaz" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"All right. Good morning. Six twenty three and welcome to the Casey o'day radio program. Hang on there. By the way. I don't know which elevator. You came up this morning Ross. We were I was gonna I was gonna talk to you about this immediately. And then everything was on fire. So did you come up the one with the random vacuum cleaner? Just sitting in a no I went up the outside the building today. Oh, okay. You know, I'm trying to get more fit. So. Yeah. Yeah. No. That's that's that's good. Now. The so what are the elevators has? It's the so it's the vacuum. The overnight cleaning little Asian couple uses right? You've been in here when they're in here. Oh, yeah. It's. They are a cause they're older it in BUSTER here at least the guys older. And so he he'll come comes flying through here, man. And I it's like it's like Tasmanian devil around around the floor of Europe been in here when they're coming through. So what pointing out is there wildly efficient at the job that they do. And so at the vacuum cleaner just sitting in the elevator. And they're nowhere to be seen. Maybe they've been taken have we considered that do we know because I've never seen him leave a scrap of paper somewhere and their vacuums just sitting in the middle of the elevator. This morning. As if to say the ransom call will be coming later. So I don't know. So I pushed it out on the seventh floor. So we'll have to come through us if they want it. Okay. All right, good. That's a little strange thing, by the way. Where did you get all those chicken tenders? What do you mind your own business? Why do you have chicken tenders for breakfast? And it's not just like a six piece. He's got a giant thing of chicken ten once again, I'm trying to get in shape. So. Dieback to to breaded chicken chicken's good for you. That's different when it's breaded and then dipped in. Sauce. I know I've got a dietitian I'm somebody who can read. Oh, goodness. Mangoes? What's up? I have a couple of questions real quick. Yeah. Did I just waste eight minutes? Nine minutes of my life last night. Like, I believe it would like ninety two breaks from my is that I wasted. Well. They were already heard him say well, hold on. You also have to add in the seven minutes or so that Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer said what they've already said so in totality in totality. You wasted. Some sixteen minutes for life. I didn't. I didn't watch them. Oh, okay. Probably. You should have. It was actually amusing it was more amusing because the visual Donald Trump, right? Little sniffly, and was definitely on teleprompter, which doesn't allow them to be as animated as usual. So was a difference. Yeah, robot but Schumer were very uncomfortable to watch. So. And another question. You know, people that set fire to their Nike at all. And and destroyed the coffee machine. Do you put them in the move back category? It depends. But the I have you have to understand the moon bad is for somebody who's an insane leftist a tin foil. No, no, no, no. But hear me out, but I reserve tin foil hat for extreme right, though, occasionally there is crossover. So and I put them on equal par. Our you know, I listen to you every morning, man. You bring them into work, and you were. On the moon back 'cause Burdette burden burden your feet because a man gets a contract. Look if you forgot to take the Nikes off before you burn them, that's a whole level of right there. In fact, I hope they let you go. Do you think would be black bachelor? Didn't they have a black a black bachelorette, right? The white rim await for. I'm not even gonna comment, sir. I might have been a long day. There is. So there was some, you know, what screw you dude. Because I was at some place over the weekend, and it's like Ijaz elbow was. There was not even fair. And then there's me. Yeah. All right. Get out of here. It's just like like superhero, dude just standing there. And it's just me. And a couple of buddies were sitting there were sitting at the bar just meeting up down a drink talking about, you know, whatever the ones got a new baby. So he's just happy to get out of the house..

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"ijaz" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"ijaz" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"In the United States. There's a lot of real optimism out there, and it was reflecting in our stock market as well our economy is surging along surging. It's a rocket ship right now this market on fire and here again, how could they be so wrong? I was calling the crack and positioning my my members. These people are out there telling you, everything was great. Everything's fantastic. How could they be so wrong today? More than forty five percent of the stocks and the S and P five hundred five hundred companies are down more than twenty percent while they're Cal you to buy them hours telling you to get out of them and Chartres them. Housing crash for Nikki. How could he missed the housing crash? You remember when he said, oh, we'd never have a housing crash. Never the prices would never go down. He said. Can you imagine? That's what he said. He was so wrong. Prices did go down. But what was I saying at the same time? Predict and in two thousand and five or collapse of the housing market. This Phil gang feller. He was on it and nobody else who's predicament predicted. But he was he was on the money with he knew he was talking in two thousand five he was talking about. How people have the teaser rates with their mortgages. And the whole thing was going. Got to respect that. And here was saying, oh, this is a bubble burst. And this is going to be a real issue for the economy's some say could even cause a recession at some point. I guess I don't buy your premise. It's a pretty unlikely possibility we've never had the client house prices at a nationwide nationwide basis. Now, I called the crash. There's others as well. I call that crash, but here Brunetti. Oxford masters degree PHD. These educated nincompoops, how could they be wrong? How could I call the housing crash? How could I call on January sixteenth? Not only the crash is this the first day the beginning of it that I sent December. I kept it ear out. It's a capitulation would start in December and December guess what happened? Capitulation who was the worst December in history. I don't have a high school diploma. I'm not proud of that. I had to go to work and to bring money home for the family. My mother and father, brother. Go work. But I got a better education going out there in the real world working that ever get going to Harvard or Yale for God's sakes, because that's what they produce these Inca popes. Are you kidding me? They can't predict anything they can predict the stock market if they tripped over it. So. They also like parrots listen to they all sound like parrots, the market's on fire. The economy is booming. Every they all say the same thing, the economy overall is incredibly strong, and that continues to be the story that the economy here in the United States and then go on and on. They they all parodying. Ijaz jabar's these experts parrot the same cheerful things over and over and God forbid, if you're a contrarian. You're contrary you go out and one of those shows. Can will be worth more or less in two thousand seven. He's sky high real estate prices are gonna come crashing back down to earth. I I have no idea would Peterson is talking about the profits. That people have.

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"ijaz" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ijaz" Discussed on KTRH

"Is national security. This is health and wellness. This is everything. Let's see maybe they have an idea, and I talk also DACA that was the president at a cabinet meeting yesterday at the White House, a later gathering with Republican and democratic leaders of congress didn't result in a compromise. From either side, not all hope is lost though. The president has invited congressional leaders Democrats and Republicans back to the White House tomorrow for additional talks this time with the Democrats in control of the house. That's FOX's Doug later. Now wants the new congress is sworn in today. Democrats in the house expected to pass a government funding Bill, but it does not include money for a border wall. And the Senate says they're not going to sign off on anything that the president doesn't approve of it is the day. The Democrats have been looking forward to Republicans. I guess maybe dreading the new congress with the Democrats controlling the house to be sworn in today. Here's KTAR Ijaz cliff Saunders live with that on their agenda apparently investigations of the president more promises to obstruct and John McLaughlin, telling Fox News. There issue is. Is the wall in there fighting with everything they have what they're doing with this this shutdown. Is there aiding and abetting people who are coming here for jobs? That's what they say. They're coming here for and what they're doing is jumping the line on people who are here legally one of the new congressman Dan Crenshaw from right here in Houston. Replacing the retired judge chedda Pohan east says a Wallis necessary effective. It's a crucial part of any kind of border security. I spent a whole career infiltrating places. And you know, when we come up upon a wall it matter. Yeltsin says he knows why the Democrats are fighting Trump so hard on this. I hate the word wall. They.

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